The joy of paint-scraping for hours comes to mind, so anything that repetitively
strains this area can set it off, like working on a till.
It folds back an observation onto itself, then does it again, then a third time, as if some greater mystery can be found in a man repetitively
rubbing his knees on a train.
Further prospects for the development and application of both self-contained lasers and the discharges used by the excitation of active media of such lasers are also confirmed by the fact that this monograph is directed not only to the generalization of the results of experimental and theoretical investigations of the energy characteristics of the self-contained lasers but also to the generalization of the results of investigations of high-voltage repetitively
pulsed periodic discharges used for the excitation of these lasers.
15 (BNA): Northern Governorate Deputy Prosecutor Mahmoud Al-Siddiqui said the Public Prosecution had received several reports from Budaiya Police Station informing that some individuals were arrested for repetitively
participating in unlicensed rallies in Deraz on various dates even though they had been warned against it.
Hezbollah has repetitively
called on the Lebanese government to end the presence of Daesh and Nusra militants on the border.
Thampu has been at loggerheads with a section of teachers who have repetitively
raised demands for his removal over various issues.
That tragedy was buried by the repetitively
self-congratulatory quotes in the article with the attendant color photo of everyone smiling.
Don't forget to rub Vaseline on body areas that will repetitively
rub against your clothing and use second-skin plasters on feet to avoid blisters.
Given that the columnists at the Telegram & Gazette typically, predictably and repetitively
write about the same negative aspects of Worcester, it's about time these same columnists find space in the paper to report the good things here -- this school's results are some of them.
A pretty 15-year-old Argentinean teen was ripped with knives repetitively
on the face, and all over the body, to make her look horrible like Chucky.
The results demonstrate the insistence of leaders of the organization to use the phrase repetitively
as a symbol of their desire to ensure the "survival and continuation of the Islamic State."
Shape-memory polymers soften and harden quickly and repetitively
on demand, returning to their memory structure.
Power stations and pipelines transferring gas and other oil derivatives are a tempting target for the terrorists who have repetitively
attacked them in the framework of their systematic sabotage of infrastructure.
In his easy conversational style, Steinberger makes this point repetitively
and somewhat irreverently.
Jenkins and Trefor Davies over the merits and demerits of windpower has become as repetitively
circular as the motion of the windmills they are arguing about.